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STARNAV CENTAURUS

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

STARNAV PERSEUS

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

STARNAV REGULUS

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

STARNAV URSUS

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Federative Republic of Brazil | Port: Itajai

Maritime News

Why Are Pirates Attacking Ships in the Gulf of Guinea?

Why Are Pirates Attacking Ships in the Gulf of Guinea?

12 hours ago
Pirates are stepping up attacks on ships in West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea, defying regional navies. On Saturday, pirates off Nigeria kidnapped 15 sailors from a Turkish container ship and killed one.Pirates in the Gulf of Guinea kidnapped 130 seafarers in 22 separate incidents last year, accounting for all but five of those seized at sea worldwide.Who are the pirates and why are the attacking?The pirates come from Nigeria’s turbulent Niger Delta, experts say. The region produces the bulk of the nation’s petroleum, but is woefully underdeveloped, scarred by pollution and has some of the highest unemployment in the country.
Interview: Joe Hudspeth, BAE Systems

Interview: Joe Hudspeth, BAE Systems

15 hours ago
Joe Hudspeth is the Director of Business Development for Global Marine at BAE Systems in Endicott, N.Y. BAE Systems offers complete, efficient propulsion and auxiliary power systems utilizing electric technology. Hudspeth has been involved with maritime sales, marketing and product development since 2000. He currently serves as a regional co-chairman for the Passenger Vessel Association, is a judge for the Worldwide Ferry Safety Association student design competition, and frequently speaks and writes on maritime and ferry related issues. Hudspeth lives in Bellingham, Wash. and he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Western Washington University.
Forum Builds Advanced Submarine Rescue Vehicle

Forum Builds Advanced Submarine Rescue Vehicle

17 minutes ago
ROV manufacturer Forum Energy Technologies has completed the construction of what it says is a highly advanced submarine rescue vehicle (SRV), which may be utilized to extract submariners from distress situations.According to Forum, the LR-class SRV is capable of rescuing up to 17 people at a time and operate at depths of up to 600 meters. "The new model has increased power and an advanced auxiliary thruster control system that allows for speeds of up to four knots, enabling it to operate in high currents. The vehicle is able to attach to submarines at highly precarious angles, above 40 degrees," Forum said.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Aims to Replicate LNG Supply Chain with Hydrogen

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Aims to Replicate LNG Supply Chain with Hydrogen

52 minutes ago
Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries is aiming to replicate its success as a major liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker producer with hydrogen, a key element that may help decarbonize industries and aid the global energy transition.A A$500 million ($385 million) pilot project, led by Kawasaki and backed by the Japanese and Australian governments, plans to ship its first cargo of liquefied hydrogen from Australia to Japan this spring, which the firm hopes will mark the dawn of a new clean energy era.
COVID-19’s Impacts on American Maritime Infrastructure

COVID-19’s Impacts on American Maritime Infrastructure

15 hours ago
It goes without saying that America’s vast network of ports and inland waterways are crucial to the flow of maritime commerce, but these vital parts of U.S. infrastructure also play a big role in driving the greater national economy, support quality of life and ensure public health and safety. Still, no matter how clear and obvious the benefits, U.S. infrastructure as a whole (including roads, energy grids and, yes, ports and waterways among others) has fallen victim to underinvestment. It’s been this way for decades. In 2019, the U.S. spent just 2.5% of its GDP on infrastructure, down from 4.2% in the 1930s, according to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (January 2021)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (January 2021)
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